Mississippi Half Step, Little Red Rooster, Brown Eyed Women, Broken Arrow, Supplication*, Stagger Lee, Promised Land Foolish Heart, Women Are Smarter, Ship of Fools, Corinna-> Drums-> Jam-> The Last Time, Stella Blue, One More Saturday Night, E: I Fought The Law
SBD -> Dat -> Sonic Solutions -> CD; Seeded to etree by Charlie Miller
May 31, 2007 Subject:
My seventh or eighth show
A solid, reliable, respectable show. Of note, the Brown-Eyed Women really grows on you. The tempo is a little slower than normal but it has an unusually fluidic, almost slippery quality to it. You'll see what I mean when you hear it.
October 2, 2005 Subject:
The dayat the Dumps
The boys were on half step to start the show and then Bobby breaks out Supplacation then a great Stager Lee The second set foolish heart hot then bobby had to do corina or as i call it raw enia it end with i fought jerry not to do that song any more but it was a good show
January 12, 2005 Subject:
The other version of this date is more complete. This copy has the after song tuning and crowd almost completely removed: the songs begin and end almost on top of one another. The other copy is more true to form and does not contain this copy's artficially created song flow. (Sound quality on both are comparable)
November 30, 2004 Subject:
I was at this show. Great show indeed. SUPPLICATION was very rare!Check it out - jerry is on fire and... stoked,.. for the jam.
The setlist was sort of a "hold-out" show at that time of the tour, the dead had blown their wauds at Vegas and the prior night at Shoreline.
However, I forgot how crisp and kind the jamming was- and yes even for 1993. The nice thing about the 90's live shows is that most are low gen sbds with high quality sound mixes- the power of the internet- imagine how many generations of tapes are saved. Had the internet thrived during the dead's era I wonder what that may have been like...maybe its best it hadn't- any way, this show features an 'IFTL', - the 90's answer to the 80's "day job"...Foolish heart as well as Corrinna are highly mixed on the drums and keys, its very jazzy and offers a rythhm based mostly on the percusiionists lead. Check out the start of Corinna and all of drums..space...just a note here.. the "DEW" the previous night was rare for then actually and was only the 4th Dew in a 35 show period and was not played after that night until 6.15.93...so anyway this show rocked; go ahead and get it; you will not be dissapointed, infact, you should download this because of sound quality alone and re/visit the '93 dead sound. I am just as happy with it now as I was in '93 when I saw it live.
Not your typical 5 star setlist but a really nice sow and defines 'A PLUS' sound.